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  1. Google Books Makes a Deal with France's Top Publisher

    Hachette Livre, the publishing company that holds a quarter of the French market, signed an agreement with Google to digitize and sell a variety of out-of-print works. Part of the reason is that Google is unwilling to give U.S.publishers the same...

  2. Google–British Library Partnership to Digitize 250,000 Books

    Google will then take and digitize those works, making them available for non-commercial use to anyone who cares to take a gander on Google Books. The most recent partner, the British Library, will allow for the digitization of 250,000 unique works.

  3. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 22, 2005: Google & Library Of Congress Team On World Digital Library; Google Growth & Growth Issues; Yahoo Gains Famed AltaVista Alumnus Broder; Search Gains In Popularity

    World Digital Library project to digitize important works from around the world, the rival and preexisting Open Content Alliance backed by Yahoo, MSN and the Today's search podcast covers Google funding a US Library of Congress-backed

  4. Learn About Open Content Alliance Book Scanning at the University of Toronto

    Ridolfo is part of a massive undertaking to digitize the world's books. You'll learn about her daily work and get a quick look at exactly how it works. Book digitization has been going on at the University of Toronto Libraries for some time.

  5. University of Michigan Official Comments on Google Library Lawsuit

    The University of Michigan Library is one of the five libraries Google plans to digitize materials from. However, he said it is important to recognize what Google is attempting to accomplish by digitizing works and enhancing public access.

  6. Forget Google Print Copyright Infringement; Search Engines Already Infringe

    Google is presuming the authority to digitize many works whose copyright owners have not taken that step, and given the ease with which digital files can be duplicated and further transmitted, may have good reason for deciding not to do so.